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Digital voice recorders capture hours of audio with a device the size of a cell phone.

Friday, October 20th, 2006

Digital Voice RecordersAlthough it may be nothing new, digital voice recorders have surpassed the popularity of traditional cassette tape recorders. You may not have had this problem lately, but traditional cassette tape recorders were notorious for eating tapes and making a big mess. Reliability wasn’t guaranteed. Most compact cassette tapes were incapable of recording for more than 45 minutes!

Digital voice recorders don’t use any tape at all. None! I can’t even begin to tell you how nice that is. Digital voice recorders are also capable of recording audio for hours. Our highest-end recorder can record audio for up to 65 hours! That equals out to be about 86 cassette tapes. The audio doesn’t degrade over time either. Traditional tapes could only be used a couple of times before the audio worsened.

Our digital voice recorders are also very compact, the largest being only 3.4-inches tall. They can easily fit into a purse or pocket. The recorded data can later be transferred to a computer for storage or for editing. Feel free to stop by and take a look for yourself.

I have used them myself and can assure you that you will not be disappointed.

You Can Now Digitally Capture Sound, Speeches and Conversations.

Friday, March 4th, 2005

Digital Voice RecorderABC Office now sells a line of digital voice recorders that can easily capture sound, speeches and conversations. These digital voice recorders are the equivalent for sound as digital cameras are for images. These recorders store the audio, some up to 18 hours that can later be transferred to a computer for editing or later note taking.

These digital voice recorders are growing in popularity among doctors, lawyers, students, professors and more. Rather than having to worry about a tape, all the data is stored digitally in the recorder that can later be stored to a computer and burned to a CD. Tapes will break down over time. Digital data will retain its integrity for years. Tapes are also limited to a small amount of space, usually from 20 to 90 minutes, depending on the recorder. Digital voice recorders are available in models that will record as little as four hours or as many as 18 and more. Sound quality also increases with digital voice recorders.

Doctors often use these recorders for dictation with patients that can later be recalled or typed. Students will use these recorders for recording lessons in class, allowing them to interact and give their full attention and later replay discussions for note taking. These recorders are also very popular with private investigators and reporters. A voice recorder can be a lifesaver when trying to gather as much information as possible for a story or news article. A built-in speaker, or included headset, lets you listen to previous recordings on the spot.

Digital voice recorders are compact and can easily be fit in a purse, a pocket or other locations. For recording conversations, a voice recorder can easily be placed next to a podium or pulpit without creating an eyesore. A phone attachment allows phone conversations to be easily recorded.  This is ideal for recording conversations with loved ones or to gather evidence. In order to save battery life, a VOX/VOR feature is built in that will only record when sound is present.

The complete line of digital voice recorders can be viewed by going here. helpful digital voice recorder guide can be viewed by going here.

Digital voice recorders are a great way to help you stay organized, record speeches, conversations and more.

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